Open Journals at Lund University (OJS)
What is OJS?
Open Journal Systems is a free software (GPL) application developed by the Public Knowledge Project. The system manages the entire publication process, from submission of manuscripts and peer reviews, to full text publishing and archiving. Every journal has its own presentation page which can be adapted to accommodate the editors needs. The metadata management increases online findability of the journal articles, making them discoverable in for instance Google Scholar.Read more about OJS on PKP's website.
Open Journals at Lund University
Our OJS website hosts both older retrodigitised journals and journals where new issues are published on a regular basis. The journals on the platform come from a variety of academic disciplines, at the moment mostly humanities, theology and social sciences.
The Libraries at Lund University have several librarians who work with OJS. Contact the librarian at your faculty library.
Lund University Library
martina [dot] ramstedt [at] ub [dot] lu [dot] se
Libraries of the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology
Social Sciences Faculty Library
Libraries at Faculty of Science
Kristina Holmin Verdozzi
kristina [dot] holmin_verdozzi [at] fysik [dot] lu [dot] se
Faculty of Law Library
jon [dot] eriksen [at] jur [dot] lu [dot] se